What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?
In an eventful weekend's worth of action, only three teams in the top half of the table managed to secure wins, with Ipswich Town and Brentford - who moved up to second and third respectively - the big winners of the latest matchday.
Debutant Noel Hunt plundered a dramatic late winner for the Tractor Boys at Charlton Athletic to move Mick McCarthy's men into the automatic promotion places just days after signing on loan from Leeds United.
Brentford stunned Wolves, who they came up with from League One last season, and slammed five past Kenny Jackett's men, who have fallen to 12th after picking up just one point from a possible 15 in November and have conceded 12 goals in their last three games.
At the bottom, Rotherham United and Brighton and Hove Albion traded places, with the Seagulls dropping into the bottom three alongside Wigan Athletic and Blackpool courtesy of the Millers' 1-1 draw with the Seasiders while Sami Hyypia's side slumped to a 2-1 defeat at home to Fulham.
For all the latest headlines from around the Championship after this weekend's matches, have a look at our summary below from various local newspapers.
Birmingham City: Blues boss Gary Rowett is still attempting to tie up a deal for striker Nikola Zigic ahead of next weekend's trip to Blackpool but there could be an obstacle to overcome after doubts emerged regarding a potential work permit. (Birmingham Mail)
Blackpool: Joe Lewis admitted he was delighted to see the Seasiders clinch a late draw at Rotherham United but was unable to celebrate the goal too much due to the nature of it, with opposite number Adam Collin's blunder presenting Steven Davies with a tap-in. (Blackpool Gazette)
Bolton Wanderers: Eidur Gudjohnsen's return to the club is set to be confirmed this week, with the Icelandic forward set to feature in a second-string match against Middlesbrough before penning a short-term deal at the Macron Stadium. (The Bolton News)
Bournemouth: Captain Tommy Elphick felt his side had suffered from taking backward steps in recent games during the 2-2 weekend draw with Millwall but backed his side to recover and insists the south-coast outfit are firmly in the mix for automatic promotion. (Bournemouth Echo)
Brentford: Hotshot Andre Gray has issued a warning to the rest of the Championship by insisting the Bees are genuine promotion contenders after registering a fifth win on the bounce with the stunning 4-0 demolition of Wolves. (Get West London)
Brighton and Hove Albion: Former midfielder Andrea Orlandi believes the Seagulls' poor start to the league season has been a direct consequence of too much upheaval in the first-team squad from last season. (The Argus)
Cardiff City: The Bluebirds have denied suggestions goalkeeper David Marshall requires surgery on a hernia after fears the Bluebirds' No.1 could be ruled out of action for a prolonged period. (Wales Online)
Charlton Athletic: Skipper Johnnie Jackson felt his side had dropped three rather than two points in the late defeat to Ipswich Town and bemoaned the lack of cutting edge from the Addicks in attack. (News Shopper)
Derby County: Steve McClaren believes his Rams side could have played until midnight during their 2-0 defeat to Leeds United and still not have scored after a below-par performance at Elland Road. (Derby Telegraph)
Fulham: The Cottagers are set to trigger the option to extend central defender Dan Burn's contract after West Ham United's interest in a potential £4m deal for the 22-year-old after his impressive performances so far this season. (Get West London)
Ipswich Town: Debut goalscorer Hunt admitted he was pinching himself at scoring the last-minute winner at Charlton that propelled his new side into the top two and described the moment as a 'dream come true' after being exiled at Leeds. (East Anglian Daily Times)
Leeds United: Striker Mirco Antenucci believes his side are capable of matching up to any team in the division after scoring twice against Derby to halt the Whites' winless run against the Rams which had stretched back to 2005. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Millwall: Boss Ian Holloway insists he has never doubted the quality of wideman Magaye Gueye despite dropping him due to fitness concerns as the former Everton man fired home a dramatic leveller in a 2-2 comeback draw at Bournemouth. (News at Den)
Nottingham Forest: Manager Stuart Pearce has urged his players to stay positive and not allow the controversial nature of Birmingham City's late goal in his side's defeat at St Andrew's to be used as an excuse. (Nottingham Post)
Norwich City: Neil Adams has admitted his future as manager is on the line after a 2-1 defeat at home to Reading led to booing amongst the crowd as the Canaries' woeful run continued. (Eastern Daily Press)
Reading: Goalkeeper Adam Federici described two-goal hero Jake Cooper as a 'monster' after the young defender's brace secured a precious three points in a 2-1 win at Norwich City. (Get Reading)
Sheffield Wednesday: Owls manager Stuart Gray has challenged his side to use the weekend win over Wigan Athletic as a catalyst to move up the Championship table after the Owls ended a run of 11 games without a win despite a crippling injury crisis. (The Star)
Wigan Athletic: Latics boss Malky Mackay felt his side were found wanting at both ends of the field during the 2-1 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday and felt the missed chances were indicative of the league position they currently find themselves in. (Wigan Today)